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Top writing pages that you need to follow

  Are you serious about improving your Writing and Publishing skills? Then you need to follow people who have succeeded at it. Writing, of any kind, is a lifelong apprenticeship. Whether you write novels, articles for newspapers, agony aunt columns or special interest blogs, you will refine your craft the longer you practice it. The […]

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Tackling Multiple Writing Projects – The chance to dovetail your work

  By the nature of the writing workflow which authors have to go through, it became obvious to me early on in my journey that there would be times where I would not be writing. Having spoken to other authors, it seems to be an overall consensus that you need time away between drafts of […]

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My Writing Process – FREE

Are you harbouring a desire to finally write that bucket-list novel? Do you already have a published paperback that you want to convert to an eBook and sell online? Every writer’s journey is different. Every Path to publishing your painstaking work is both hard but enjoyable work. It is said that you cannot learn from other […]

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Cover Reveal – My Writing Process booklet

I am so excited to announce that the 26-page booklet, detailing my writing process, is finally complete and here is the cover that my talented designer, Stuart Polson produced for me. Stuart does all my book covers, and once again has outdone himself after I asked him for something completely different to all my fiction covers So, […]

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Notes from my laptop #7

  And so, 2014 is just about wrapped up. The only thing left to do this year is a month-long trip back to Africa. South Africa to be precise. We’ll be retreating from Europe for large quantities of family time, sun and sunscreen, beach and pool chlorine, meat on the braai, car-guards in the car parks, […]

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